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[audio]Cat 500 "The Realist" - Cat 500
Cat 500 "The Realist"
Keywords: Cat 500; The Realist; Absence of Wax
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[audio]Rag Radio 2010-08-10 / Satirist and Realist Editor Paul Krassner: Take Two - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Rag Radio 2010-08-10 - Paul Krassner -- legendary "investigative satirist" -- returns for a second show. Krassner -- founder and editor of The Realist, author, activist, journalist, stand-up comic, radio personality, counterculture icon, a founder of the Yippies, and, according to the FBI, "a raving, unconfined nut" -- is Thorne Dreyer's guest for an encore performance. They discuss Krassner's working relationship and friendship with comic Lenny Bruce, some history of satirical topical comedy, a...
Keywords: Underground Press; Rag Radio; Paul Krassner; Thorne Dreyer; Lenny Bruce; Comics; Journalists; Satirists, The Realist, The Rag
Downloads: 112
[audio]Rag Radio - 2010-08-03 / Satirist and Realist Editor Paul Krassner: Part One - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
An author, journalist, and stand-up comedian, Paul Krassner was the founder and editor of the legendary journal of social and political satire, The Realist. He was a founder of the Youth International Party (the Yippies), and was a member of Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters. He was a radio personality in San Francisco, known as “Rumpleforeskin.” His writing has appeared in major publications, including Playboy, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, National Lampoon, Mad Magazine, and The Village Voice...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Paul Krassner; Thorne Dreyer; The Realist; Underground Press; The Rag; The Sixties; Satirists; Editors; Yippies; Groucho Marx; Rag Radio
Downloads: 213
[movies]Alternative Views #392,393: A WILD EVENING WITH PAUL KRASSNER (PARTS I&II) - Frank Morrow
392. A WILD EVENING WITH PAUL KRASSNER (PART I) 60's Generation radical and political satirist Krassner provides us with the first of two programs containing his searing and insightful wit. One of the founders of the Yippies and editor of "The Realist," Paul uses his sharp humor to penetrate the fog and foolishness of contemporary America, showing how shallow the contemporary political comedians are by comparison...
Keywords: progressive media; alternative media; public access television; Frank Morrow; Doug Kellner; Austin Community Television; Paul Krassner; The Realist; Yippies; political comedian; News
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[audio]Jean Shepherd, 1963, b - Big Al
LIfe is just a chowl of berries. Little Orphan Annie decoder ring reveals secret to horrible to go on. Never stick a paper clip more than half way in your ear. New York without the phony New Yorker and other assorted clutter. and his report as one of the only white men at the negro raly in Washington.
Keywords: the village; new york; army; wwii; essoterica; the realist; New York is a summer fist fight; march on washington; Martin Luther King; negro; colored
Downloads: 567
[audio]Rag Radio 2015-01-16 - Blasphemy, Satire & Charlie Hebdo w/Paul Krassner, David Hamilton & Steve Weissman - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Legendary satirist Paul Krassner, The Rag Blog's David Hamilton (pictured), and French-based journalist Steve Weissman join Rag Radio host Thorne Dreyer in a timely -- and lively -- discussion of "Blasphemy, Satire, and Charlie Hebdo." Krassner published and edited The Realist -- perhaps the closest thing to Charlie Hebdo in U.S. publishing history -- from 1958-2001, and he provides colorful historical context...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Tracey Schulz; Paul Krassner; David Hamilton; Steve Weissman; Charlie Hebdo; Free Speech; Muslim Diversity; Secularism; The Realist; French Society; Satire; Journalists; The Rag Blog
Downloads: 106
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